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When distributors QUIT?

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Thursday, February 13, 2020, In : Personal Development 

This blog has the title of when distributors quit. So I wanted to talk about that, what's the reason people quit the business?



And obviously there’s a lot of different many reasons why people quit, but one of the biggest reasons is that their diary’s empty. So one of the reasons why people quit the business is that they diary is empty. They haven't got any meetings because I've never seen a distributor, quit the business with a full day of appointments, who has like 12 appointments next we...


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Failure is ALWAYS an option

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Friday, January 10, 2020, In : Personal Development 

This topic is about failure. So you probably have heard before a statement or a saying that failure is not an option or you might have heard that.



There is a problem with that statement because what that statement basically says, it says that you have to get it perfect first time. And what's the chance of you getting anything perfect the first time you do it? Almost no chance because most of the time, you're going to mess it up, most of the time, you got to make some mistakes, most of the time...


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How to set new team members EXPECTATIONS?

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, In : Personal Development 

I wanted to share with you how to set your team members expectations, because one of the worst thing you can do, is not set the expectations right.



Because if somebody joins and they expect to make a million next week, if they expect to do nothing, but we have really great results, then they’re already setting themselves up for failure and they will be disappointed, they will quit your business and they are also going to say that, “Ah the business doesn't work or the industry doesn't work....


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8 ways to STOP your new recruit from quitting

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Sunday, November 25, 2018, In : Personal Development 
When a brand new distributor joins your team they are the most 'fragile' over the first few weeks and first few months. They have not achieved anything yet and it is fairly easy for them to quit your business because they have nothing to loose. That is why jour job as a sponsor is to keep them in the business long enough for them to get to the point where it is harder to quit than to stay in the business.



Here is 8 ways you can increase the chances of your new business partners staying in the ...
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